What is a woman to do with PMS? Ideally, we need to balance out our hormones. We can go about that in many ways, but a great place to start is with the basics. Are you eating the right foods, sleeping enough, managing your stress, exercising, and eliminating properly?
Endocrine disruptors—they’re everywhere. With a few simple swaps you can give your endocrine system the toxic vacation it needs to support your hormonal health along with the rest of you.
“Tell me how to sleep!” It’s a phrase I hear virtually every day. These days, millions of us are dealing with some level of sleep-deprivation, and that’s bad news for all those minds and bodies. Good, restorative sleep is a cornerstone of wellness and an absolute must if you’re going to maintain strong
In his new book, The Pioppi Diet: A 21-Day Lifestyle Plan, Dr. Aseem Malhorta unravels the secrets of the Pioppi lifestyle, while revealing the misconceptions and revised truth of heart disease along with a dietary plan based on the Pioppi people. Read on for the full interview with Dr. Frank Lipman as he gains insight to Dr. Malhorta’s approach to heart health, his prescribed diet, and how to live like the Pioppi.
Perfume has become a industrial, virtually plant-free affair, far removed from its nature-bound beginnings. Modern day perfumes and fragrances, be they the ones you spray on, shampoo into your skin or moisturize post-shower, have morphed into vehicles that deliver numerous petroleum-based synthetic toxins into our bodies, making most scents little more than ugly subverters of health, wrapped in pretty packaging.
Mood changes are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to hormonal birth control, say functional medicine docs.
When it comes to menopause, suffering is optional says hormone expert and functional-medicine doc Sara Gottfried.
Many people are turning to this ancient practice for relief from acute pain and chronic symptoms. Here’s why it works.
The FDA recently banned triclosan in antibacterial soaps, but it still lurks in many personal care products.
We’ve been told that cramps and out-of-control emotions are part of being a woman. It’s just not true, says Alisa Vitti.